Danielle Lee Zwissler
in the news!
in the news!
Only a few more days until Her Last Chance comes to a bookstore near you! I am very excited about this book, the new cover, the new edits! I am equally excited as TJ's Virtual touring company takes over and sends my book out for reviews! What a great way to spend the weekend:)
Her Last Chance is coming to a bookstore near you on May 1, 2015! Please check back often for links and a book trailer.
The Lost & Found show, my podcast on spreaker, is back and better than ever. As usual, the show is on at 1EST... Make sure you tune in! We are getting ready for Booktober Fest right now. :)
Books to go Now! is coming out with a Holiday cookbook! I am very excited to report that my recipe for ...... will be featured! Want to find out more? Stay tuned for details!!!
As soon as I get word, I will let you know when the book will be available, but for now, it's a secret:) Also, I wanted to let you know I have several posters of my books available if anyone is interested in a little author swag!
I will be at the local author fair on April 19th from 1 to 5! Come meet the other local authors and peruse the many books that will be on display.
I will be bringing "Cowboys & Cowgirls 1-6" as well as all of my Holiday romance stories. I hope to see you there!
Yuletide Bride is out! I am very excited that my lovely little Christmas Novella is out on the virtual shelves, and hopefully, on some store shelves soon! Books To Go Now did a wonderful job with this story and I'm hoping that you will love it as much as we do!
It’s that time of year again when the Magic of Christmas Festival begins its preparations. The festival, which started in 1912, was the first one of its kind that featured a marriage in the town center. And since then, couples have married there year after year, never divorcing, always a perfect match! Not until 1940 did the festival change. Couples were handpicked and put together, marrying in the town square, accepting their fate. And every year, the newspaper would cover the previous marriages, never finding unhappiness, but only true love-matches. That’s where Mary comes in.
Reporter Mary Ann Simms is single, almost 30 and a complete wreck and no longer believed in fate and
true love. She used to—hell she even swooned a time or two, but not anymore. That was years ago. But this year Mary, who hates the festival, has been put in charge of covering the entire thing for her local newspaper. Thinking it was a
fate worse than death, Mary argues, but her friend who is the wife of the Editor-in-Chief, uses her pull and has her husband assign her to the job.
Mary decides that she will cover the whole thing, but she will uncover the real “Magic” even if it kills her. And the first couple she interviews is the Rochesters. A couple, whom married years ago, and were now residing in a local retirement home. It just so happens she meets their grandson while investigating the real truth behind the festival, and sparks begin to fly!